Production Design Week

Imagined Worlds: ‘Three Thousand Years of Longing’

Sydney, Australia
October 26
17:30 – 20:00 AEDT
AFTRS Main Theatre
The Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park, 2021 Sydney
'Three Thousand Years of Longing' is a dense and deliberate visual smorgasbord, traversing worlds both real and imagined. Behind the design of the film is Roger Ford, one of Australia’s most esteemed Production Designers.

Join us on the evening of Thursday 26th October, alongside Art Director Sophie Nash and Set Decorator Lisa Thompson in conversation with AFTRS Senior Lecturer of Production Design, Virginia Mesiti. Virginia was also part of the Set Decoration team so this is bound to be an insightful evening exploring the creative collaboration of an Art Department.

About the Organizer:

The event is organized by Natalie Beak, Discipline Lead of Production Design at AFTRS.

AFTRS stands as Australia's paramount screen and broadcast institution, consistently earning a spot on The Hollywood Reporter's esteemed list of top global film schools. We empower Australian talent to shape and share their stories by delivering world-leading future-focused education, research and training. AFTRS is among the exclusive institutions in Australia offering a dedicated course in Production Design. This week, we take pride in acknowledging our 200+ Production Design alumni while also marking the golden jubilee of AFTRS. Join us in celebrating half a century of cinematic excellence.